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Destroyed Apple Products: a Beautiful Waste

by Range
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It seems a bit of a shame to destroy all of this Apple tech in the name of art, but that didn’t stop Michael Tompert and the photographer Paul Fairchild of creating this strange homage to Apple.

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These guys destroyed Apple products, which include the iPad, iPhone, as well as the MacBook, and created this stunning photographs of the aftermath. Each device was broken, shot, crushed or completely annhilated. It’s interesting to see MacBook unibody cases and iPads utterly in pieces.

I think my favorite is the iPad that’s been shot a dozen times. It’s definitely beautiful, in a strange way. It’s definitely more newsworthy than Apple telling us that “the day that we’d never forget” was them making an announcement that we can now purchase a catalog of Beatles music that we’ve been able to listen to already for the last 40 years.

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